The hooking room started like this.
I've piled it on a table to sort through. A big problem is trying to decide what color is the wool. Is it green, blue, somewhere in between? Brown? Black? Dark? Do you have trouble deciding? All the pieces are different sizes. Folding them uniformly is a real issue, too.
I am not good about washing wool as soon as I bring it home. (New wool, not recycled.) Sometimes I even have trouble trying to figure if I've already washed it. I find the "sniff test" (the scent of Downy) works best, but sometimes I am still not sure. I have more in another cupboard that has yet to be washed.
Here's the start of my wool organization. Trouble is, I am going to run out of space long before I run out of wool to be folded. Such a terrible problem to have . . . wink, wink.
After my wool is finally organized, I may not want to start a new project for fear of messing all my neat piles . . . lol. We hookers (well, most of us anyhow) know it's almost impossible to keep a neat work area.
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